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Adaptation to context, NOT deficiencies: How to better support migrant parents

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Parenting is arguably complex and multi-dimensional as it occurs both in the parent-child relationship but also in wider society. Parents play an important part in children’s development and well-being as their behaviours and the quality of the parent-child relationship are seen as key influences. However, spaces, places and people which children encounter also have a profound influence on children, as they learn in context. Social environments, and particularly schools, play a critical role as providers of stimulation, support and nurturance.

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